Nature waking up from hibernation
In Poland spring begins in March and, although initially, it is rather cold, as the days progress it gets warmer. This is when vegetation season begins. Considered as typical of Poland is the occurrence of forespring season, which comes at the transition from winter to spring and is characterised by changeable weather and, apart from rains, fleeting snowfalls. Forespring is associated with the earliest plant phenomena, for instance, the flowering of the earliest perennials as well as of trees and shrubs that are still leafless. Early spring, beginning with the flowering of trees and shrubs that simultaneously develop leaves.